You and a friend could be camping behind the mainstage with VIP access and more as a special guest of 92ZEW at Bonnaroo.
Bonnaroo has a twist on their lineup reveal, fans will announce each act via social media tonight. So, you can still find out instantly who’s playing if you’re out & about!
Highlights of the big bonnaroo weekend, kanye gets dissed… again; Jack White explodes;
The night the booties shook all night long. Jim James, Larry Graham, Brittany Howard, John Oates, PHJB … getting the funk out all together. Bonnaroo 2013
38 songs (mostly Beatles), three encores, explosive displays and 80,000 screaming fans made the McCartney Roo performance one of the most memorably exciting in Roo history.
Our friends from Hangout Fest also played early Sunday afternoon at Bonnaroo. The Mowglis teamed up with FUSE TV to document the band’s experience.
Warren Haynes had another phenomenal Gov’t Mule mile onstage at Bonnaroo, but this time he had to leave right after. Sorry Roo fans, no Warren sit-ins. Haynes told us backstage he’s releasing a new record in the fall and running away with the symphony.
Mumford & Sons cancel Saturday night, Jack Johnson to pick up the gig, sits in with friends ALO.
(video attached) – Bonnaroo headliners, Mumford & Sons, revealed tourdates for their summer jaunt in America, including a gig in NOLA.
with Radiohead, interviews, dale earnhardt jr jr, alabama shakes and more
Hometown favorites Rollin’ in the Hay make their Bonnaroo debut. Watch some scenes here.
Crankin’ it up to 11 for the 11th year of Bonnaroo, 92ZEW’s Tim & Lee Ann are camped again backstage, this time with live streaming video.
Kudos Rollin’ in the Hay dudes who score a slot on world famous Bonnaroo, thanks to the fans and supporters who vote. Several more acts added including Rodrigo y Gabriella with the C.U.B.A. Orchestra.
ESPN’s John Anderson helps with the Bonnaroo 2012 lineup announcement. Artists include Radiohead, Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bon Iver, Beach Boys, the Shins, Alice Cooper, Feist….. Tickets on sale this Saturday.
Listen to interview with Arcade Fire’s Jeremy Gara backstage at Bonnaroo 2011.
“why the ‘Roo — out of roughly a dozen similar music festivals nationwide that I catch each year — is the one I would choose above all others if forced to select only one.”
Critic darlings Arcade Fire finally get to play Bonnaroo, they are thrilled, and it shows. Watch their entire set here.